Club Hotel Kezmarok
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An 8:20 start this morning with the weather forecast not looking too good.
We wound our way through the city to the outskirts with the sun shining and Saturday morning traffic not too heavy. We had 350km to cover today to our destination of Stary Smikovec, Slovakia.
Before we set off Thomas one of the Americans gave us a puzzle to think about along the way.
" Three travellers call into a hotel for the night. The hotelier says the rooms are ...
... By early morning it was raining, vertical rain with no wind and it was cold. So we packed up a wet tent was packed and headed off to our planned destination of the High Tantra’s in Slovakia northern areas. The area is famous for its high altitude rocky mountains and trees. Both sounding beautiful.
The rain got heavier and heavier… and strangely no wind. On the highway we also got pulled over by the Slovak Police and fined for not having a ...
... into the heart of them. Arriving at a green plateau filled with small shrubs, streams run through them like viens. A towering waterfall draws my ear as I gaze at the remnants of snow from the past winter. Clouds whisk past the peaks as the mountains encircle me, a distant window of the town Poprad reminds me of the civilisation below. Trudging through snow we enter the bowl of the mountain. Feeling like I'm in the center of a volcano I do a 360 spin and say 'thanks Tatras'. ...
Purple and yellow flowers line the edge of the grassy granite path as we venture upon the mountain ridge towards Mt Chleb. The fresh alpine air cleanses my lungs from the metropolis's stain. I sigh a grand relief as I view distant towns, ahhhhhh. Arriving at our camp at the foot of the high tatras (the mountain range between Slovakia and Poland) we pitch our tent and admire the beauty. ...
... our rooms, then heading back down to meet the rest of the group at 11.30 for an "orientation walk" around the town. Zakopane itself is just beautiful! It's in amongst the mountains and most of the houses are made of wood, with the most beautiful engravings and craftmanship. It really is just beautiful!
After a quick walk along the river (which was beautiful), we arrived in the town centre. Ben, our guide, found a little cheese wagon and ...